Did you know that heavy truck drivers are actually considered to be the highest median income earner in the country? That’s correct. Putting in the long hours and the long drives apparently do pay off, and literally, too.
There’s been a significant increase in demand for the truck driving industry, and particularly for the likes of an auto transport company who has to deliver fleets of car to dealerships. It’s no wonder, too, especially when you think about how it is the mediating variable between the car manufacturer and the showroom, where then the cars can be accessed and purchased by consumers.
There are plenty of other benefits to signing up as a car hauling driver. For one, it’s not a regular 9-5 job. The long drives can hardly cover for that set number of office hours. However, because of the extraordinary set-up, you get to be on the road traveling, learning new experiences, and then have regular days off, which is contrary to popular belief that hauling drivers don’t get to have one.
Of course, your company should also cover for your insurance--medical, dental, and visual. Depending on who you work for, too, traveling overnight need not be a worry for you because they would have set up accommodations.
Working on the road carrying precious cargo is certainly a challenge, but when you get to have these perks and more--plus the plain fact that it pays really well--it definitely is something worth looking into.